Q: Recommendation on buying an old Toyota

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Could you recommend me an old Toyota that's a rear wheel drive and can be somewhat cheap and fun to drive?

Yes, I got rid of mine a couple of years ago. It was a Toyota Corolla SR5. That sucker had 350,000 miles and a 5-speed tranny. It ran like a clock. It’s rusted now because they didn’t put zip primer on it back then and the body is falling off of it. But the engine and transmission still ran like the day they were born.

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